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One out of a series of geometries with 6 axes but at 85 degrees to each other. This one has just five rotational symmetries.
Melty D is the fourth of a series of four Melted Cube designs proposed by Bram Cohen. Whereas the six axes in a regular Rubik's Cube are at 90 degrees, they are at 85 degrees in the Melted Cubes.
The six axes of Melty D can be described as follows. Place three axes with 85 degrees between each pair. Place a second set of three axes with also 85 degrees between them such that the three each have an 85 degrees angle with one of the first set.
Melty D has a 3-fold rotation symmetry and three 2-fold rotational symmetries.
Edge length: 47-75 mm
Weight: 224 grams
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